It may be time to replace your insoles. It’s best to change your insoles every 500 miles, or 6-9 months. Learn how to choose the best shoe inserts in our quick video, whether you have a high arch or need a flat foot design.
On your feet all day? Here's a tip: replace your insoles every 3-6 months (or 500 miles). Find the best pair for your arches and enhance the comfort of your shoes, whether you like a 3/4-length design or full-length for heel-to-toe cushioning and support.
The posterior tibial tendon serves as one of the most important supporting structures for the foot. It runs behind the ankle bone on the inside of the foot, across the instep, and connects to the bottom of the foot. It is crucial in the function of walking and running and helps to build the arch of the foot. A condition called Posterior Tibial T...
Get an up close look at the Spenco Total Support Insoles. These foot inserts with the Total Support design help cradle your feet with advanced arch support and a deep heel cup to enhance shoe comfort. #insoles
Fallen arches or flat feet can cause pain in the arches and heels, as well as other foot problems. The good news is FootSmart offers solutions for relief, such as arch supportive shoes and sandals and insoles for flat feet. Check out our tips for easing pain caused by flat feet and let us know what has worked for you.
The barefoot gym workout that cures an arch enemy... flat feet
The barefoot gym workout that cures an arch enemy... flat feet 5 exercises to try. * Barefoot exercise is more than just a new gym trend, as wearers of expensive orthopaedic shoe insoles are discovering